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I hadn’t published or updated this blog for quite a while, as I had been caught up doing other things  for a while. Having got back into listening to RedIceCreations and catching up with all the most recent interviews, I found myself this evening watching this interview below with Freeman. It’s a long one (just under thee and a half hours) but by far and away one of his best. If you are new to conspiracy theories, alternative truth and secret societies, much of this will be new to you and will probably go way over your head but I encourage you to have an open mind and see it through.

Note: I suggest ignoring the first couple of minutes until you actually get to Freeman speaking…

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This YouTube clip was posted this morning on Facebook.

Yes, it’s entertaining as a ‘videobite’ but the underlying message to me says, ‘Ordinary life is dull and boring – watch our channel to add some more drama to your life’. Is this really what we should be promoting to people? Sex, violence, police gun battles…etc…?

 

In The Assassin, the first show in the series, Derren Brown investigates hypnosis and asks if someone could be hypnotised into killing a celebrity. Is this really possible?

This is well worth watching as its relevant to the MK Ultra program, the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, John Lennon, the Hungerford Massacre (UK) and the film The Manchurian Candidate. If you would like to research this subject a little deeper, I would recommend watching Michael Tsarion’s Architects of Control or looking into the work of Jim Keith.

To watch this episode, please go to:

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/derren-brown-the-experiments/4od#3242945

Psywar -‘The real battlefield is in the mind.’

Programe information

The film explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in the United States, with an emphasis on the “elitist theory of democracy” and the relationship between war, propaganda and class.

This is not a high budget affair, but was financed via a blue collar job, and is being released online for free. The interviews contained within are original and were conducted by proxy.

Although Psywar does not explore 911 or false flag operations, it is certainly relevant to these issues, as 911 was perhaps the greatest exercise in psychological warfare ever conceived. I intend to deal with the 911 and the war on terror in subsequent entries. A few notable 911 truth scholars do appear discussing related subjects, including Peter Phillips and Graeme MacQueen.

This film is designed both as an introduction to the concept of psychological warfare by governments against their citizens, and as an exploration of certain dominant themes in American propaganda. Significant time is also devoted to different conceptions of “democracy” as theorized by figures like Walter Lippmann, Edward Bernays and ultimately the founding fathers of the United States itself.

To watch the film, please click on the link below:

http://www.bbc5.tv/eyeplayer/video/psywar

I remember the first time I watched this documentary. It hit me right in the chest and in turn, opened my eyes to yet another area of  ‘social programming’ by the system. Yet again we see the Divide & Conquer principle used to make us more maluable. If you are a compassionate human being, I recommend watching this documentary. Peace.

http://www.bbc5.tv/eyeplayer/video/reel-bad-arabs

This ground-breaking documentary dissects a slanderous aspect of cinematic history that has run virtually unchallenged from the earliest days of silent film to today’s biggest Hollywood blockbusters.

Featuring acclaimed author Dr. Jack Shaheen, the film explores a long line of degrading images of Arabs–from Bedouin bandits and submissive maidens to sinister sheikhs and gun-wielding “terrorists” – along the way offering devastating insights into the origin of these stereotypic images, their development at key points in US history, and why they matter so much today.

Shaheen shows how the persistence of these images over time has served to naturalize prejudicial attitudes toward Arabs and Arab culture, in the process reinforcing a narrow view of individual Arabs and the effects of specific US domestic and international policies on their lives. By inspiring critical thinking about the social, political, and basic human consequences of leaving these Hollywood caricatures unexamined, the film challenges viewers to recognize the urgent need for counter-narratives that do justice to the diversity and humanity of Arab people and the reality and richness of Arab history and culture.